Week 3 | Week 4 | ||||

S.No. | Name | Date Submitted | Check Status/Grade | Date Submitted | Check Status/Grade |

1 | Shivani | 05.01.13 | A+ | -- | -- |

2 | Supreet Kaur | 05.01.13 | A+ | -- | -- |

3 | Sonali Sharma | 06.01.13 | A+ | -- | -- |

4 | Sanyam | 06.01.13 | B+ (Incomplete (Question 1)and Incorrect (flowcharts)) | -- | -- |

5 | Saloni Setia | 07.01.13 | A+ | -- | -- |

6 | Shivani Sharma | 06.01.13 | C (Very poorly presented, Most of the parts are not read-able) Resubmit Recommended. | -- | -- |

7 | Sachin Chauhan | 06.01.13 | B (Incomplete (Questions 1 & 4) and Incorrect (Flowcharts)) | -- | -- |

8 | Tarnjot Kaur | 06.01.13 | A+ | -- | -- |

9 | Sweta Chaturbedi | 06.01.13 | A+ | -- | -- |

10 | Hardeep Kaur | 06.01.13 | A (Incomplete (Question 1)) | -- | -- |

11 | Yetesh Sharma | 06.01.13 | A (Incomplete (Question 1)) | -- | -- |

12 | Akanksha Dhir | 06.01.13 | C (Incomplete (Question 4) & Flowcharts Missing) | -- | -- |

13 | Gurvinder Singh Kular | 06.01.13 | A (Incorrect (Question 1) | -- | -- |

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Students who have not submitted assignments (Week 3):

1. Pritish Sharma

2. Sukhsimranjeet Singh

3. Sahil Basra

4. Vibhu

5. Kritika

6. Gurpreet Singh

7. Inderjit Kaur

Students who have got grades less than A+, can resubmit their assignments before Wednesday.

**AFTER SEEING THE INTEREST AND PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENTS IN THIS ACTIVITY, DEPARTMENT HAVE DECIDED TO STOP FURTHER ASSIGNMENTS. SO THIS IS A PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT TO ALL G2 STUDENTS THAT G2 IS FINISHED NOW AND FROM TOMORROW ALL THEORY CLASSES WILL BE ATTENDED BY ALL STUDENTS (G1 AND G2), FOR PRACTICALS NEW LIST WILL BE ANNOUNCED TOMORROW AT SCHOOL. SO NO MORE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE SENT, PLEASE NOTE.**

**THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION AND INTEREST IN THIS ACTIVITY.**

Week 1 | Week 2 | ||||

S.No. | Name | Date Submitted | Check Status/Grade | Date Submitted | Check Status/Grade |

1 | Supreet Kaur | 19.12.12 | A+ | 23.12.12 | A+ |

2 | Sonali Sharma | 19.12.12 | A+ | 23.12.12 | A+ |

3 | Sachin Chauhan | 22.12.12 | A (Incomplete) | 29.12.12 | A (Incomplete) |

4 | Yetesh Sharma | 22.12.12 | A+ | 29.12.12 | A (Incomplete) |

5 | Shivani | 22.12.12 | A+ | 28.12.12 | A+ |

6 | Shivani Sharma | 22.12.12 | A+ | 24.12.12 | B (Incorrect) |

7 | Hardeep Kaur | 22.12.12 | A+ | 03.01.13 | A (Incomplete) |

8 | Pritish Sharma | 22.12.12 | A+ | ||

9 | Akanksha Dhir | 22.12.12 | B+ (Incomplete) | 29.12.12 | A+ |

10 | Sukhsimranjeet Singh | 22.12.12 | B (Incomplete and Incorrect) | ||

11 | Gurvinder Singh Kular | 22.12.12 | A+ | 29.12.12 | A+ |

12 | Sahil Basra | 22.12.12 | B+ (Incomplete and Program Incorrect) | ||

13 | Tarnjot Kaur | 22.12.12 | A (Incomplete) | 31.12.12 | A+ |

14 | Sweta | 22.12.12 | A (Program Incorrect) | 29.12.12 | A+ |

15 | Sanyam | 22.12.12 | A+ | 29.12.12 | A (Incomplete) |

16 | Vibhu | 22.12.12 | A+ | ||

17 | Saloni Setia | 23.12.12 | A+ (Good Explanation) | 29.12.12 | A+ |

18 | Kritika | 23.12.12 | B+ (Incomplete) | ||

19 | Gurpreet Singh | 24.12.12 | Rejected (Plagiarized) |
29.12.12 | Rejected (Plagiarized) |

20 | Inderjit Kaur | 03.01.13 | A+ | 29.12.12 | A (Incomplete) |

Students who have not submitted assignments (Week 2):

1. Pritish Sharma

2. Sukhsimranjeet Singh

3. Sahil Basra

4. Vibhu

5. Kritika

NOTE: All G2 students are requested to take help to complete assignments. Please do not submit incorrect and incomplete assignments, as it will not solve the purpose of this activity. Thank you.

couldn't find the answer-

ReplyDeleteA real constant in exponent parts has two parts known as ____________ and ____________, where ____________ is followed by letter ____________ and ____________ must be an integer. In this example, 152E05, 152 is ____________ and 05 is ____________.

A real constant in exponent parts has two parts known as mantissa and exponent, where mantissa is followed by letter e and exponent must be an integer. In this example, 152E05, 152 is mantissa and 05 is exponent.

ReplyDeleteexplanation:

Floating constants are also called real constants.

Real constants are numbers having fractional parts. These may be written in one of two forms called fractional form or the exponent form.

A real constant in fraction form consists of singned or unsigned digits including a decimal point between digits. The rule for writing a real constant in fraction form is given bellow:

A real constant in fractional form must have at least one digit before a decimal point and at least one digit after the decimal point. It may also have either + or – sign preceding it. A real constant with no sign is assumed to be positive.

The following are valid real constants in fractional form

2.0, 17.5, -13.0, -0.00632

The following are invalid real constants

7 ( no decimal point )

7. ( no digit after decimal point )

+17/2 ( /-illegal symbol )

17,250.26.2 ( two decimal points )

17,250.262 ( comma not allowed )

A real constant in exponent form consists of two parts : mantissa and exponent. For instance 5.8 can be written as 0.58×10=0.58e01 where mantissa part is 0.58 ( the part appearing before e) and exponent part is 1 (the part appearing after e). e01 represents 10. the rule for writing a real constant in exponent form is given below :

A real constant in exponent form has two parts : a mantissa and an exponent. The mantissa must be either an integer or a proper real constant. The mantissa is followed by a letter e or E and the exponent. The exponent must be an integer.

The following are valid real constants in exponent form :

152e05, 1.52e07, 0.152e08, 152.0e08, 152e+8,1520e04, -0.172e-3

The following are invalid real constants in exponent form :

172.e5 (at least a digit must follow the decimal point )

1.7e (no digit specified for exponent)

0.17e2.3 (exponent can not have fractional part )

17.225e02 (no comma allowed )

.25e-7 (no preceding digits before decimal point )

http://easyprograming.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/floating-constants-2/

okay! thanks sir! and what we have to do in the program in the 1st assignment...? we have to explain structure of a basic program or a create a structure?

ReplyDeleteBasic structure of a program!

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